According to the program manager, the bank soaps filmed before the coronavirus was locked out will fill current schedules until the end of May.
Coronation Street has enough episodes to lead them to next month, but is expected to run out in June.
The two soaps reduced their weekly number of episodes to three a week recently, in the middle of COVID-19, ending all filming and television production.
But if the comments are interesting, that won’t stop the episodes from ending later next month.
Speaking at the Edinburgh TV Festival 2020, Kevin confirmed that he was pressuring Emerdale to run out of episodes in late May.
Meanwhile, Coronation Street would continue for the moment but would run out of episodes at some point in June.
According to his comments, it is also clear that the bosses of the soap are already thinking about the measures to be taken to protect those most at risk.
Lygo has revealed that older cast members, including Ken Barlow actor William Roache, may be absent from filming.
There was no indication of how long it would last.
It comes after Neighbors became the first soap to resume production amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The neighbors and his Australian colleague Home and Away are taking huge steps to allow the filming.
Now it is believed that British soap operas can take note and attempt similar precautions so that the actors and the crew can resume filming new episodes.
This morning, Cain Dingle actor Jeff Hordley explained the bosses’ plans when the country emerged from the lockout.
Host Phillip Schofield asked, “Did we talk about how you would get in if you had to get in?” Because I think the neighbors started the other day but I think they were very socially aware during the shooting.
“Has there been any discussion about how you would do it?”
Jeff said, “I think we will follow the model they did in Australia and that is how we would go if we were to go back. Certainly. “
Emmerdale broadcasts Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 p.m. on ITV – while Coronation Street broadcasts the same days at 7:30 p.m.